Linkin Park's New Music Video Is An Emotional Tribute To Chester Bennington

Chester's 15-year-old son Draven Bennington released three videos for National Suicide Prevention Week in the wake of his father's death

Within hours of its release, the video was trending at No. 3 on YouTube and had almost half a million views.

Talinda's post also comes days after Chester's 15-year-old son Draven made a series of videos during National Suicide Prevention Week urging people to seek help before harming themselves. The incredibly affecting video, directed by Linkin Park's Joe Hahn with the band's longtime videographer Mark Fiore, celebrates Chester's memory, as well as the camaraderie between the band, their peers and their community. In that same statement, the band's co-vocalist Mike Shinoda said the song is about "sending love to those who lost someone".

Almost three months after the death of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, the band will play a tribute concert at The Hollywood Bowl.

Linkin Park have released another new music video since the death of Chester Bennington, and it's a moving tribute to their late frontman.

Material from the Associated Press was used in this report. Members of the Linkin Park fan club, LP Underground, will get a first crack at them on September 19 at noon.

Linkin Park have more light to shine. As it's being advertised as "Linkin Park & Friends", we have a good feeling that a lot of people close to Bennington will make sure to make an appearance.

The end of the video features the words: "Chester, you ignite a flame of passion, laughter & courage in our hearts forever. We are so very grateful and can't wait to see you again". "We miss you, brother".

LP Underground members have access to pre-sale tickets starting Tuesday, September 19th at 12 pm Los Angeles time.

Since Bennington's suicide, the bad has received an outpouring of support from fans and fellow musicians.

It's nearly been two months since Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington was found dead of suicide in his Southern California home, and the loss is still extremely hard to process.

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